CCS partners with leading organizations to facilitate innovation and discovery in interdisciplinary research. Special thanks to DDN, IBM, OpenEye, Schrödinger, and the Southern University Research Association (SURA) for helping to expand our vision. To partner with CCS, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 305.243.4962.
The leader in scalable storage infrastructure for big data and cloud applications. DataDirect Networks (DDN) can help you unlock the value of your data
by delivering systems with the highest performance, scalability, efficiency and simplicity. DDN can accelerate your data-intensive applications and
workflow, or scale in performance and capacity for your requirements.
IBM provides proven supercomputing power. With a worldwide staff of professionals, strong investment in R&D and a massive patent portfolio, IBM is the right partner to help innovate, break through and advance scientific research. With high-performance computing solutions, IBM provides the ability to apply advanced technology to perform more calculations faster and tackle problems of greater complexity—all without the worry of overwhelming your system.
OpenEye is an innovator in the business of designing and manufacturing digital video recorders and surveillance equipment for the security industry. Dedicated to providing the ultimate customer experience through heroic customer service and support, OpenEye is known worldwide for quality products offering intuitive operation and ease of use.
Schrödinger is a scientific leader in computational chemistry, providing software solutions and services for life sciences and materials research. Schrödinger aims to provide integrated software solutions and services that truly meet its customers’ needs. They empower researchers around the world to achieve their goals of improving human health and quality of life through advanced computational techniques that transform the way chemists design compounds and materials. By building and deploying breakthrough scientific software solutions and forming collaborations and partnerships, they help scientists accelerate their research and development activities, reduce costs, and make novel discoveries that might otherwise not be possible.
Since 1998, Software Carpentry has been teaching researchers in science, engineering, medicine, and related disciplines the computing skills they need to get more done in less time, and with less pain. Software Carpentry is a member organization of NumFOCUS and is a §501(c)(3) nonprofit. Their long-term goal is to ensure that every researcher learns the skills Software Carpentry teaches early in their career, whether through their organization, or because what they teach has become part of the standard curriculum for that researcher’s discipline.
The Southeastern Universities Research Association (SURA) is a consortium of over sixty universities across the US. SURA seeks to foster collaboration among its member institutions in science and engineering and to encourage new ideas for SURA collaborative programs that meet SURA criteria for support. SURA members share a common interest in exploring and developing ways to advance science and to strengthen their institutions and organizations through collaborative efforts. SURA seeks as new members institutions and organizations that share these interests. The University of Miami is a member of SURA.